Susan A. Miller, EdD, is a Professor Emerita of Early Childhood Education at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. She has a long career in education spanning forty years as a preschool teacher and director, primary teacher and master teacher at two laboratory schools, and a university professor. Susan was also the Coordinator of KU's England Summer Study Abroad Program.
She is actively involved with national and international groups devoted to young children. A keen advocate for desirable conditions, programs, and practices for children, she has led delegations of teachers to China and Cuba for People-to-People.
Susan serves on the Executive Boards of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education - United States National Committee (OMEP-USNC) and the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI). She received the Outstanding Member Service Award for ACEI. Susan is a regular presenter at conferences of the National Association for the Education of Young Children and was a Validator and Commissioner for NAEYC's Accreditation Program.
Writing for young children, their parents and teachers is a passion for Susan. She has written over 450 articles and columns. Susan is considered to be an expert on the ages and stages of development for threes and fours. She has been an author or consultant for nearly 25 books for Scholastic and Publications International, Ltd.
Now living and writing in Vermont and San Antonio, TX with her son and two grandsons, Susan enthusiastically mentors and provides workshops for emerging young writers in the Northside Independent School District.